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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 9 July 1891

Maty Edition. July 4th. | flf ABERDEEN. tin Her Best To Welcome Each Guest. : S|{ are decorated. P Bunting and Green ■ Galore. ■ilmbting the patriotism of Ab- Kld not live through a Fourth Hkont having such an illusion Killed. Not content with ■toting their hats in the air hurrahs" for the Fourth, linked op with patriotism that pp of the subject induces the In of the patriot to' Rah (hie) Hi (hie) Fourth! For several Kiliebusiness men and citizens Hi hauling in evergreens and Bjtwith bunting and flags for Bin of streets and residences, ■koratinns are very pretty, and Hpgdetigns are displayed by en ■jbusiness men, combining with Hp emblems, striking, and, in ■tM,handsome advertisements Km conducted within. Among Ipfiiiy's Harbor Shoe Company [Hill prominently, among ex- HMMtions of evergreen and Bjjffy boot, covered with stars Kb. The Bodega saloon has a Hbantl mounted on a bunting- Hat, upon which rides the stars Hk. The Aberdeen hotel has ■piped passway, walled in with ■Kaid buntin...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 9 July 1891

Aberdeen Herald. Thursdii *. - - July !!!5M ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY IF. IR/. "W" ALL, KDIIMK AND PKOI'KIKWMt. terms or ivuturnoii: Oao year, In «ulv*uc« *? SS Aii uiouth* • J? Three mouth* ,a Advertising rales on »pplle»tlon. f niered *1 the postoffice *t Aberiieeu, Wash., *» second pl«» mail ms'tiT tut *11 items of interest. solicited from *11 part* of the comity. The name of Ihesen.ler should *i»iK'*r. AddreK< all eouiiuuuic*Uons to the ABERDEEN HERALD. Wi <«o not hold ourselves responsive for the views or opinions expressed by our correspond •ut* We reserve tV- rt-*M to reject »ny and *11 matter of a personal uature. where it reflect* to the individual discredit of any one. Our Wvshingtou correspondent, speak ing of the possible shakers of the nest house, says of Congressmen Wilson, who recently spoke in Aberdeen: "Mr. \\ il son. of West Yiryinia. who. while not an avowed candidate, is regarded as one of the numerous "dark hoises," is also favoring Washington with a visit,...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 9 July 1891

Ijgrdeeit Herald. ■&.. - - July 9. 11591. IKinetogvaph and Cosmioal Telephone. iy pajiets have been of interviews with the reading public U-a that Edison had ithing of pai amount these inventions, as rftil as they appear, the pastime of the •"is a machine eon ubination of a pho id the phonograph, and other sounds of recorded simultane jgraphic impressions nts of the speaker or iph impressions are forty-six per second, h s its capacity in l make a continuous inutes without any lers. The celluloid 5 photographic iru is perforated along is of holes arranged with as much pre lred by meatiß of the mechanisn. This importance, for the he film with Buch ) each sepaiate im xluced coincide ex i or pounds recorded cylinder Birnultane tion and expression or sin*er at the time tiered. Exact syn the sound-recording e shutter-operating ices of the camera gly accurate mechan :order and in the re lograph and camera uses is driven by the trolled by the same n. alty experienced in ihic impressions...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 9 July 1891

c\'AVS HARBOR About fifty miles north of the Colum bia liver is the entrnnee to (Jravs harbor, from the Pacific ocean, long known to navigators as the most accessible and safest harbor on the coast. The bar car ries a depth of from eighteen to twenty three feet ot water at low tide, .. u«,u increases from ten to fifteen feet at high tide. The entrance, or channel, is about a mile wide, and the extreme width of the harbor is twelve miles, gradually tapering to a point at its eastern end, where it is met by the Chehalis and Wishknh rivers, til the harbor thore are three well defined channels offering ample anchorage room and merging into one broad, deep channel or roadstead, near the head of the harbor. These channels are separated from each other and from tho shore proper by ex tensive n_,ul flats up to the point of their convergence, whcie the volume of water, being more confined, has swept them away, and tho water is deep up to tho very shore line. At the bend of the har bor the ch...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 9 July 1891

Überdeen Herald. pdtf. " " " !«»'• THE ~MO TOR LINE. will soon be connected with the west by an electric motor The Pucf' ,c Whales® Railroad Com t have obtained franchises from both 5 „„d filed bonds in the sum of five dollars that thr. work on this j*iilbe begun at once and hurried as fast as men and money can it until it is in operation. What -ill do for Aberdeen is already i to some extent, in the increased in gat manifested in the teriitory it tra- CHARGES AND . IXSUR- I aNCE on shipping. Sonwconnt of the ease of entrance and 111 accessibility of the harbor ports to Jfcocean, the towage rates are much less lui vessel bound from this city than for ■ae hound from Portland or ports on Sound. The towage rates on the ■kitor ' or 8 ' ml| t )er ' a den vessel is fifty ■Nits pjf thousand feet of lumber for in Igj out tow, and twentv cents per ton for Kipping freight, while the towage rates Sound are much larger, as the dis like to be traversed is longer. ■ Re insurance rates on lumber a...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 9 July 1891

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday, - July 9. 1891 PERSONALS. Fred R. Reed, of North Yakima, was in thj city Friday. Ninemire and wife were down from Montesano Thutsdav. J. F. Kell.iclt was u'.vr fro.n Olympia, on the Fourih. H. E. Casjbolt camj up from Ocosta to cel«'l>iat<;, Saturday. Dan Calkins was an early coiner from Ocosta for the Fourth. E. Hulbert is back from Oscoda, Mich., with his family. This time to stay. W. J. Middletoo, M. D., of Tacoma, was in Aberdeen for the Fourth, A. P. Post, of Chip|>ewa Falls, Wis., was in Aberdeen last week. Geo. Alltnan, of Hoquiam, paid the Herald a very pleasant visit, Wednes day. Mr. hn ,l Mrs. C. E. McDonald and ba fey caine in Thursday evening from East Portland. L. E. Kader, of the Montesano Dem ocrat, was in the city Friday, and drop ped in to see the Herald. Prosecuting* Attorney Pearson and Dr. M. 1... Pearson will leave Monday, July -13th, for their old home at Attica, lnd. Amos Mahony has resigned his position of purser of the ste...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 9 July 1891

■todeen Herald. ■p, . July 9, 1891. tfIATHER SIGNALS. L fan or Tempera- Cold t* ' Smw. tare Signal, Wave. ■ ■fen to temperature. When placed [LfTnrl. it iudloates warmer weather: ffli below No. 1 or 2, it indicates 1 "»■ when not displayed, the indi- LoTihitjOw-teini'CTatVire will remain Sir H» ffc °ot displayed unless a tem !?•/»< greci or lower U expected, ii displayed. No. S is always MMdictions for the weather are re- Sj ljy the board of trade, and the Bajhomthe pole over the board's rE} combination of flags can be Why referring to the above explana |T eipulns will do well to consult JgU before sailing. LOCAL Sberdeen was towed up to I'uesday, to receive her i. are continually receiv i, vegetatables and pro is having a cotfage built between A and B, in ooius to rent. Singly or ailies. Inquire at this binning has been done in ion of "Highland Home" week. want in the crockery Bros. New lines con i space has been cleared in'place, at the l.ead of tiding purposes. riety of ladies...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 9 July 1891

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday, From Special Nmi Edition, Jnly 4th. ELOQUENT WORDS., Patriotism, Thoughtful Study, and the Tendency of These United States Combined with Graceful Oratory In SENATOR CLAYPOOL'S ADDRESS My Friends and Fellow-Citizens: On the second day of July, 1776, the Coiitiueiitul Congress passed the resolu tion of independence. John Adams, writing to his wife on the day following, predicted that that day would be set apart in this nation as a day, the chief day to be commemorated and celebrated. The day was, however, to date from the declaration, rather than from the resolu tion, and, therefore, we have the glorious Fourth. The prediction of Mr. Adams was also made by many others, but his whs most notsble in its fulfilment. Some idea of the battle waged bv our forefath ers during seven long years, may be gathered from the introduction to the history of tho resolution, written by a British soldier who served on the other side, Mr. M. C. Stedman. On beginning his account ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 16 July 1891

J special edition.) WTALL TREES SfiQions of Strictly First jpOF A GREAT STATE. I JAged for Quality, Quan mMg COUNTY'S FINE TIHBEK. JMjßßi'sParadise—ITrees1 Trees which Kt Feet Through and One •Hp and Fifty Feet to the of queries about the ' eKhfriculture of Chehalis county, this office from par- AMOUNT OF TIMBER ON THE DIFFERENT STREAMS. »geestimates of amount of timber along and tributary to the various streams in Chehalis county are as follows: - . . Mox ~~ — * o!t6r Creek | ChCllaUß C ' k WaSDer Cr ' k *Satsop Wynooche R Wishkah R'r North River Hoquiam Humptulip John, riVr ta&ln TOTAL i — - « v foregoing 000 200 ' 000 ' 000 15 °' 000 ' 000 260,000,000 280,000,000 1,400,000,000 2,000,000,000 1,150,000,000 1,100,000,000 1,800.000,000 2,400,000,000 300,000,000 1,000,000,000 15,0110,000,000 l»#(l 1 0«a,00« 100,i,00,000 ,0,000,000 100,000,000 140,000,000 400,000,000 800,000,000 400,000,000 450,000,000 750,000,000 1,500,000,000 4,">0,000,000 800,000,000 0,705,000,000 |000,000,00...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 16 July 1891

Aberdeen Herald. Tha • day, J»lv 16, 18!H ANOTHER MOTOR. Not as Mysterious as Kelley's but Almost as Wonderful. A new engine has been invented that goes without steam. It has 1101 (oiler and no piston, but it is a hummer, says The Safety Valve. ,To speak more strictly "by the card," it is a ''new method of obtaining motive power" by a peculiar combination of soda, glycerine and petrol eum that has been patented. It is a heat engine of a type entirely unprecedented and in its abstract theory is bound to be a success, that is, without putting it to a practical teat, so as to see if the "wheels go around." The two main features of the invention recommend themselves at -once. The claim of the inventor is that he can obtain from twenty pounds of petroleum the work of a 30-horse-power engine for ten hours, also that he can run a street-car, like the ordinary electric, with thirty pounds of petroleum a day. In an interview the other day the in ventor said: "In the electric car, the motor g...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 16 July 1891

Keen Herald. . - July 16, 1891 }|K gOTQK LIXE. jpon be connected with Efte went by an electric motor \Vhelt'PH Kailroad Com ■ joined franchises from both in the sum of live Liars that the work on this ■k begun at once and hurried ■fct » men an(l mone y can litis in operation. What Edo for Aberdeen is already C«tent, in tlia increased in- BLtedintbe territory it tra- L CHARGES AND INSUR ■t OS SHIPPING. ant pj the ease of entrance and libility of the harbor ports to tbatowage rates are mnch less joond from this city than for bom Portland or ports on j Hie towage rates on the Uamber laden vessel is fifty LAooaand feet of lumber for in L uid twentv cents |>er ton for Ljgbt, while the towage rates Li ire much larger, as the dis persed is longer. rates on lumber and flowing the harbor ports are Inner than the Sound rates on laigoeg. The highest rate from ,fcortoi?an Francisco biing lower lower than iHchediile rates from Puget clumber rates being also three per cent, in favor of Grays 1...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 16 July 1891

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday, - July 16, I S?'.M ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY — IB" 1 . :R,. wall, EDITOtt AND PIIOI'KIKTOM. TBKMR OF 8l : B"('lllPTlON : One year. In advance . I*2 00 Six months l J*> Three months "« r > Advertising rates on application. Entered at the postoftlce tit Aberdeen, Wash., as second class mail matter. News ami all Items of Interest, solicited from all parts of the comity. The name of the sender should appear. Address all communications to the ABERDEEN HERALD. Wn do not hold ourselves responsible for the views or opinions expressed by our correspond ents. We reserve the rlqht to reject any and all matter of a personal nature, where It refleotsto the Individual discredit of hit one. The miners at Black Diamond, under Sullivan's rule, will charge up the condi tion of things to the present administra tion. The city marshall will have to turn over another leaf. The first, Page was, apparently, too clean and white for the jury to read thereon any infraction of u...

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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 16 July 1891

JSerdoen Herald. WuT- • - -'"»y »■!»»' W LEATHER signals. Rain or Tempera- Cold f" Sum. tore Signal. IVar. e. \«fere to temperature. When placed i' 1 ",,.} it indicates wanner weather; * bid below N'o. 1 or 2. it indicates 1 ffiier- when not displayed, the indl ' .1' that the temperature will remain •"' \-o 418 not displayed unless a tern nf 45 d prec ß or lower is expected. "\'o 4 is displayed, No. 3 is always j.iiTnredictlous for the weather nre re li Jiilv by the hoard of trade, and the jiSed from the pole over the board's <!* An)' combination of flairs can be «Ldby referrinc to the above explana captains will do well to eousult ,|i P ,l.bifore sailing. LOCAL Itwalk on Second street, to the irdeen bridge, has been built, egetables of all kinds at the Front. n's first brick block can no aid to exist only on paper. gent hotel is in charge of John ?gthe absence of its proprietor, is an experienced hotel mana i,potatoes! Twenty sacks of bb, lc per lb., at Mitchell's r guns for Com...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 16 July 1891

GRAYS HARBOR. About fifty miles north of the Colum bia river is the entrance to Gravs harbor, from the Pacific ocean, long known to navigators as the most accessible and safest harbor on the coast. The bar car ries a depth of from eighteen to twenty three feet ot water at low tide, nuim increases from ten to fifteen feet at high tide. The entrance, or channel, isabout a mtle wide, and the extreme width of the harbor is twelve miles, gradually tapering to a point at its eastern end, where it is met by the Chehalis and Wishkah rivers. In the harbor there are three well defined channels offering ample anchorage room and merging into one broad, deep channel or roadstead, near the head of the harbor. These channels are separated from each other and from the shore proper by ex tensive n_ad flats up to the point of their convergence, wheie the volume of water, being more confined, has swept them away, and the water is deep up to the very shore line. At the head of the har bor the channel i...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 16 July 1891

Iherdeen Herald. . - July 16, 1891. KjEBING in the past. of Michingan are fast L>the lumbermen of Washington, who are here will lie inter |. «b»t the Detroit Free Press has .rftbeffl: L< of the big fortunes of Detroit made from pine logs. The LrfDwid Ward, Francis Palms LflCgme to them through the rise ,«loe of pine lands, which were LdcbwPi the government price lat ae, and held until the value perhaps a hundred fold, ■dies of Gen. Alger, David Wliit , nomas W. Palmer and many tM result of both the advance talee of pine timber and in lum pferatkms, which have extended the entire state, and in some dovefthe entire timber districts The gathering of pine llturvesting of that crop which is ijgt of the 'and from centuries of greatly changed during q M rter of a century, in the und methods employed, that old men, looking back at the crude KB of those early days, are never nepiws a smile. What the sew itbine has done in supplanting the [ needle and thread, modern in thai accomplished...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 16 July 1891

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday, - - - July I<>. 11591. The Silver Cloud, and its Dark Lining. The flist act which aimed to give bv legislation a value to silver was passed in 1878. It required our government to buy at least two million ounces of silver every month, while all tiie other .governments had stopped coining it, because it had be come dangerously erratic in value. The silver men insisted that these purchases would raise its value; but were they right? No. It did not advance in price. What was to be done? "Ah!" Said these silver tongued speculators, "the trouble is, the government has not gone far enough; only increase the amount; let the government buy four and a half million ounces pel month of our silver in stead of t*o million per mouth, and this will take all that the country's mines yield, and more too, and so silver must advance in value." They were right in stating that four and a half millions per month are more than the total yield of the United States silver min...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 23 July 1891

PirpAL NEWS. — AjiofWaleß is now turning his Mtraoe horses. ■L| | in Skagit county, had ; 13th iust. ■rttlr warm east of the Cascades. ioo to 110 in the shade. Lumber Co., with branches Atchison, Kan., and Omaha, SfCimpbell has been re-nomi democrats of Ohio as their > n the United States Sgy 1 to June 19, 1891, has *132,000,000. j&m ford, the postmistress at Hfe, h*s been arrested on the embezzling the funds of that flfcpbell and Major McKinley Mipenooal friends, and there will 'Xii tlidging during the Ohio Slobisson has decided that B penons in this state cannot Sgiynstil six months after the Spnted. Quay intimates that H|jp the chairmanship of the K iational committee. His probably be Clarkson. jßk< been received at Enumclaw Hhtin? of tlie American ensign on AittfMt. Rainier, by the party Hibtliat purpose on June 22*. Daily Bulletin is a thing Within a year the Pioneer, K Columbian, Express, Evening ■la, and Bulletin have failed in LH. Anderson expects his ■hn She!ton t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 23 July 1891

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday, - July 23, 18tfl Star Spangled Banner. "%7S ft "writer in Kate Field's Washing frnt The first person to sing that spirit ed twnpf—wb ch, though given a foreign •if *-d cora: lemorating a single episode c<"*r.t. y's historv, has filled mill ions of American hearts with patriotic emotion —was a lad 12 years of age, the scene of his childish effort being neither a restaurant nor a theater, but the open street in front of Capt.in Benjamin Kdes' printing office in Baltimore, on the second day after the bombardment of Fort Mc- Henry. It is worthy of record, too, that the person who first "set up" the song, printed it and distributed it to the citizens i>i Baltimore, was also a boy—an appren tice of Captain Edes—the whole tning beinsr done while the gallent captain was still out of the city with his regiment, the Twen y-seventh Maryland infantry, which three days before had acted with conspicuous bravery at the battle of North Point. The name of the apprent...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 23 July 1891

ijjerdeen Herald. - - July 23, IH9I the motor line. , n(F ;]l soon be connected with ,anion the west, by an electric motor fl# Psciric Wheless Railroad Coin obtained franchises from both # 1 tiled bonds in the sum of !i\-e that th: work on this nil be begun at once and hurried is fast as men and money can it until it i« in operation. What nd -ill do for Aberdeen is already jjjonie extent, in the increased in jnanifesteil in the territory it tra- Mfi o lt CHARGES AND INSUR | OCF. ON SHIPPING. iKCoant of the ease of entrance and Eligibility of the harbor ports to goo, the towage rates are much less iM( ml bound from this city than for Irorn Portland or ports on jtSonnd. The towage rates on the (libra lumber laden vessel is fifty ,jer thousand feet of lumber for in uttow, and twentv cents per ton for stagfreigM' while the towage rateß |u3oai)d are much larger, as the dis tto be traversed is longer. k insurance rateß on lumber and nfendise leaving the harbor ports are pin lower than the...

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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 23 July 1891

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday - - .Inly 23,1891 ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY IF 1 . R. W" .A. Xj XJ , KDITOR AND I'KOI'UIKTOH. TRHMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One year, in ad vance . ...1200 'Bix months 1 00 Three months ■ • Advertising rates on application. Entered at the poatoffiee at Aberdeen, Wash., as second class mail matter. Sews aud all items of interest, solicited from all parts of the county. The uame of the sender should appear. Address all communications to the ABERDEEN HERAI.D. We do not hold ourselves responsible for the views or opinions expressed by our correspond ents. We reserve the ritsht to reject any and all matter of a persoual nature, where it reflects to the individual discredit of auv one. Although the annual rainfall in this country is from 100 to 120 inches, one of the most frequent remarks made is "Let's irrigate." With the republicans of the west in favor of free coinage of silver and the democracy of Ohio asking for the same thing, where can the hide bound partisan tind...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
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